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. >> thank you, wolf. >>> good evening. tonight from manchester, new hampshire, we're preparing for a very big event tonight. the first major event of the 2012 presidential campaign, debate between seven republican presidential contenders. a fascinating contest to lead a republican party still in transition stinging from its presidential defeat back in 2008 yet resurgent in congress. now the struggling economy is the biggest issue. as the candidates take aim at president obama tonight, we will also explore their differences and test their priorities as they try to juggle the sometimes-competing priorities of job creation and deficit reduction. the former massachusetts governor mitt romney is by far the front-runner here in the first in the nation primary state of new hampshire with being and as such is expect to be a frequent target of his republican rivals as governor romney takes part in his first debate of this cycle. another big question tonight -- can former house speaker news gingrich survive mags resignations of just about his entire national and state level campaign staff. >>> and
hampshire. tomorrow night cnn had loeft a republican debate for the republican candidates for 2012. new hampshire holds the nation's first primary and the results have steadied the shaken. think 199, after weeks of questioning about womanizing and draft dodging, bill clinton places second in new hampshire and dubs himself the come-back kid. 2000 when the high-flying bush campaign is brought back to planet earth by a crushing 18-point loss to john mccain. 2008, when the third place w winner from the iowa caucuses finds her voice in a new hampshire win. hillary clinton, come-back woman. >>> in presidential primaries, momentum is the name of the game and this is where it happens -- or doesn't. today -- on the eve of the republican debate, a party wild card biding his time. jon huntsman. >> we're about a week and a half out. >>> then, new hampshire's washington representatives, center kelly ayad and congressman charlie bass. new hampshire's family team, former governor john sununu and his form, former senator john s sununu. i'm candy crowley, and this is "state of the union." >>> we begin w
.m. eastern with another critical look at the media. candy crowley is in new hampshire. "state of the union" begins right now. >>> welcome to a special "state of the union" from st. anselm college in manchester, new hampshire. where tomorrow night cnn will host a debate for seven republican candidates for 2012. traditionally new hampshire holds the nation's first primary andrew teenly the results have shaken the steadily yi and steady the shaken. think 1992, after weeks of questioning about womanizing and draft dodging, bill clinton places second in new hampshire and dubs himself the comeback kid. 2000 when the high-flying bush campaign is brought back to planet earth by a crushing 18-point loss to john mccain. 2008, when the third place winner from the iowa caucuses finds her voice in a new hampshire win. hillary clinton, comeback woman. in presidential primaries, momentum is the name of the game and this is where it happens -- or doesn't. today -- on the eve of the republican debate, a party wildcard biding his time. jon huntsman. >> we're about a week and a half out. >>> then -- new hamp
today, the very day he declared for president. sarah palin went right to new hampshire serving as a human grenade blowing up his announcement by saying romney's health care is a total violation of tea party beliefs. then rudy giuliani also in new hampshire today declared that romney care, and that's the word he used, is just as bad as obama care. then george pe tacky attacked. and big bad unemployment. the one thing the president fears most is not a candidate running against him but a number. the number nine. the unemployment rate. today's "new york times" summed it up best. no american president since franklin roosevelt won a second term in office when the unemployment rate on election day topped 7.2%. the one thing the president has going for him, of course, is his track record of defying expectations. >>> plus, the new york newspapers are going for the kill with congressman anthony weiner. why does he act like he has done nothing wrong in this mess. if someone framed him, with sending out a lewd picture of him, why isn't he angry at that person? why isn't he sicking the pres
right to new hampshire serving us a human grenade blowing up hence announcement by saying romney's healthcare is a total annihilation of tea party beliefs. and romney care, and that's the word used, romney care be is just as bad as obama care. >>> big bad unemployment, the one thing the president fears most is not a candidate running against him but a number, the number 9. the unemployment rate. today's new york times summed it up best. no american president since franklin roosevelt won a second term in office when the unemployment rate on election day topped 7.2%. the one thing the president has for him is his track record of defying expectations. >>> plus, the new york newspapers are going for the kill with congressman anthony weiner. if someone framed him, with sending out a lewd picture of him, why isn't he angry at that person? why isn't he sicking the press on the real culprit? why is he acting like a guest on oprah winfrey instead of saying go get the guy who did this or say, those aren't my pants. also tonight, how hot is it being a republican and running for president? l
, don, thanks. >> thank you very much. see you. i'm don lemon here in new hampshire. time for me to get off the air. the site of the big republican national debate held on monday night here. i want to thank the people here at the college. they have been so nice, the students and everyone involved. the situation room with wolf blitzer begins right now. >> the gop presidential candidates get ready to square off only here on cnn. just two days before our first republican debate, we're taking a closer look at the white house contenders. who's in and who could be out? plus internet hackers break into a banking giant. and access a treasure trove of customer information. we're investigating is the rash of cybercrime and how companies can do more to protect all of us online. also, tough new international calls are for action in the wake of escalating blood shed and allegations of human rights abuses in syria. we want to welcome viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> there's some unsuspected is suspense as republican hopefuls get
to wolf blitzer live in new hampshire. take it away. >>> just three hours from now, cnn's first republican presidential debate. should anthony weiner be forced to resign? and billions and billions of dollars air lifted by u.s. officials to iraq go missing. just ahead -- the disturbing details of what authorities now believe happened to all that money. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." we're live here in manchester, new hampshire where last-minute preparations are now under way for cnn's first republican presidential debate. less than three hours from now, six run candidates and one potential white house hopeful will formally square off. here are the contenders, the former massachusetts governor mitt romney. he's considered the early front runner this race. former minnesota governor tim pawlenty who's expected to hit romney hard on his controversial health care plan. newt gingri newt gingrich whose stunning campaign implosion threw his entire candidacy into question. ron paul, making his third presidentialed by. minnesota congressman michelle bachmann makes her debut tonight
, but that will be overcome. >> colby? >> he had an interesting reception in new hampshire. he wound up on page 3 of "the manchester union leader." page 1 at sarah palin. he talks about being the kind of candidate who can create jobs, when he was governor of massachusetts. massachusetts was 47 out of 50 states as far as job creation was concerned. he has a hill to climb. >> nina? >> romney has done this before, he presumably has a good team he has assembled, and he cannot do better than that for his introduction? palin -- everything is a grievance, everything is framed as a grievance. >> charles? >> romney is riding on a very simple strategy. he wants to make this a referendum on obama, he wants to disappear into the woodwork, " he wants to be the stable guy you can rely on. he saved the olympics, he was a governor, knows about business. he wants to make it all about obama and not about him. double what wind and the nomination, but if he does, it is an excellent general election strategy. he does not run ideologically, come on ideas, the way paul ryan and what or what all would -- or ron paul would. "ele
. as for the freest? well the granite state is great. that's new hampshire topping the list. south dakota, indiana, idaho and missouri all actual states rounded out the top 5. the study measures economic and freedom. looking at bans on food and audio recordings to gun laws and tax levels. they cur myself americans are voting with their feet and moving to states with more economic and personal freedom and that economic freedom correlates with income growth. for more let's go to bill shultz heading home late last night. >> he is actually getting better, but he will be back on monday. i have to go to carl. you are from one of these states, new hampshire. actually the state that was voted most free. can you support that statement? >> yes. >> yes. >> in a nutshell. yes, i am a second generation new hampshire native, and i am glad we are deemed the freest state. i am not sure what that means or the qualifications are, but yeah there is a streak of independence in new hampshire. it is one of the few states where our state government people get paid $100 a year so you can't be a corrupt politician in new
his announcement today in new hampshire. it has been on our little futures calendar and our show's morning news note every day since it was set. everybody knew today was the day. and with all of that advance notice, somehow accidentally two other nationally known republican potential candidates made sure they were in new hampshire today holding their own political events to step all over mitt romney's big announcement. rudy giuliani may not even be running for president. rudy giuliani has barely been mentioned as a potential candidate this time around since he tanked so badly last time, and the republican party is so radically and obsessively anti-abortion right now, do you really think they would nominate a pro choice guy? rudy giuliani i'm sure would like to keep his speaking fees as high as possible so he has an interest in stoking the speculation. but he's made only a couple of appearances in new hampshire since his failed run four years ago. but today, he made sure to be there. there is rudy giuliani today in new hampshire, the day that everybody knew that mitt romney would
to resign. >>> welcome to 2012. i'm christine romans live in new hampshire ahead of the first major debate of the presidential race tonight. new polls are just out showing gop voters have one thing on their minds -- winning. on this "american morning." > and welcome to "american morning." it's monday, june 13th. ali velshi is off today. we have a special edition of our show live from manchester, new hampshire, is christine romans. the big run-up to tonight's debate should be pretty exciting. >> it should be exciting, indeed. live from saint ansem college in new hampshire, the site of the first in the nation presidential primary. tonight's republican presidential debate. many of the candidates who will be on this stage made the rounds this weekend. you can hear the bells behind me from this beautiful campus. tonight you will hear from former massachusetts governor mitt romney, former speaker of the house newt gingrich, former governor of minnesota tim pawlenty, congressman ron paul, congresswoman michelle bachmann of minnesota, hermann cain, former ceo of godfather's pizza and former pennsy
're in new hampshire, welcome. i want to talk particularly about libya. nato has been quite open in recent days their goal now is to continue the military strikes until gadhafi yields power. and there's been some grumbling the president has not asked the military to endorse this. >> the obama administration is clearly in violation of the war powers act, so i suppose that represents a death blow to the war powers act, if a liberal democratic administration clearly has no intention of complying with it. >> what is your sense there? should the president ask or is the president right in saying i'm the commander in chief, and this is being done through nato, i don't need the blessing of congress. >> the president is absolutely wrong. the constitution is enough. he can't go to war without permission from the congress. so the war powers resolution was meant to put some restraints on the president, and technically i'm not all that excited about the war powers resolution, believing the constitution would be enough. but it is a real insult to the american people, it's an insult to congress for him t
the stage for a debate in new hampshire targeting president obama. >>> downstream disaster. an iowa town is threatened after the swollen missouri river punches a massive hole in a levee. >>> into thin air? where did more than $6 billion of missing cash intended for where did more than $6 billion of missing cash intended for iraq's reconstruction go? captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello, and good morning. i'm lynn berry. today we begin with a republican faesoff. last night gop contenders vying for their party's nomination in the 2012 presidential race squared off in the first major debate of the campaign season. for all candidates it was an opportunity to bash president obama, while congresswoman michelle bachman used the stage to announce she's officially in the contest. nbc's steve handelsman reports from new hampshire. >> reporter: six of the republicans debated with an eye on the seventh, mitt romney, the frontrunner in the polls. his focus was barack obama. >> he didn't create the recession, but he made it worse and longer. >> reporter: the debate was carried live.
, the race is on. sarah palin and mitt romney drop in on new hampshire. but only one of them declared a presidential candidacy today. so, second time's the charm? we are on the campaign trail. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," june 2nd, 2011. >> announcer: good ev . >> good evening, i'm bill weir. it's only be a week, but the jury in the casey anthony trial has heard enough to fill an an thol. >>>. conversations with police, her own defense lawyer's version, no two stories agree or begin to explain how the defendant's 2-year-old daughter turned up dead in 2008. here is ashleigh banfield in orlando, florida. >> reporter: it just keeps getting worse for casey anthony. in her trial today, damning testimony from the lead detective on the case. >> every single thing that you told us has been a lie. we're proving all that. >> reporter: the courtroom fell sigh leapt as a taped interrogation revealed the moment casey was caught in her lies. about where she worked, who her friends were an
presidential hopefuls take the stage for a debate in new hampshire, targeting president obama. >>> downstream disaster, an iowa town is threatened after the swollen missouri river punches a massive hole in a levee and into thin air, where did more than $6 billion of missing cash intended for rock's reconstruction go. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with a republican face-off. last night, gop contenders vying for their party's nomination in the 2012 presidential race. squared off in the first major debate of the campaign season. for all of the candidates it was an opportunity to bash president obama. while congressman michelle bachmann to announce that she's official lly in the contest. >> reporter: mitt romney the front-runner in the poles. his focus was president obama. >> he didn't create the recession, he made it worse and longer. >> reporter: the debate was carried live. hundreds of reporters in new hampshire. >> using the term obamacare was a reflection of the president's comment that he designed health care on the mass
headlines but is delaying long. he didn't show up for the new hampshire debate. john this, guy is the wends el wilkie of 2012. >> wilkie lost. >> well, he's the media candidate show being imposed upon the repuican party. i've never seen sump a build-up for a candidate who is at zaire or 1% in the polls. he's not no general did, no cutting-edge issue. he's not been a leader of the party. sure, he's got a shot to get into this thing, john. but he is nowhere in iowa now and i do don't see how he beats mitt romney or michelle bachman in either our or new hampshire. he will flame out very, very early. he will get a huge boost but he is going nowhere. >> eleanor? >> well, there are a lot of up sides to jon huntsman. he is smart, he isgood- looking, he is comfortable with himself in a natural campaign in a way that mitt romney isn't. he definitely will cut into the romney vote, which you can call the grown-up vote. and i ththk he is not contest engine iowa. i think the showdown will be in new hampshire. i think if the party really is looking for someone who is unconventional, he has an ad out that
at the presidency. the former massachusetts governor made his announcement up the road in new hampshire. chief political correspondent carl cameron reports romney has plenty of company in the race and in the granite state. >> i'm mitt romney. nibble america. i'm run for president o runningf the united states. >> surrounded by who's who of new hampshire republicans, mitt romney launched his second bid for the white house in the state of the first primary. >> barack obama has failed america. >> reporter: with his failed 2008 run, the self-made multimillionaire businessman emphasizes his economic experience. >> from my first day in office, my number one job will be to see that america once again is number one in job creation. >> he leads most polls but his record as former governor of massachusetts troubles some conservatives for his past support of abortion rights and for signing massachusetts healthcare reform into law. sarah palin's bus tour rolled in to historic boston. at bunker hill she fired a shot at romney care for the government mandated participation. in my opinion, any mandate coming
about pretending you're a farmer, a new hampshire farmer? don't worry. you won't have to wear overalls. >> i'm running for president of the united states. >> mitt romney makes it official. >> here we go again. >> investment banker, job killer, former liberal governor mitt romney tells us he is running for president again. this time as a real american. >> doug and stella, thank you so much for opening your farm. >> he is more comfortable speaking like a guy who can talk about the economy, speaking like a businessman. four years ago, he didn't speak like a businessman. >> that was then, this is now. >> president obama's european answers are not the solution to america's challenges. >> very subtle statement of distinction there. this whole thing about we love america, well, who doesn't. >> i see a lot of friends here. >> really diverse crowd, wasn't it? lily white crowd. >> romney wants republicans to forgive him for his liberal record. >> clearly, he is placing a larger bet on the economy. >> romney still has a problem with social conservatives. and it's not because he is a mormon. it's
. >> speaking of running for president, rick santorum joins us live from new hampshire. is he running? >> guess who just left new hampshire? that state is getting a lot of action. congresswoman michelle bachmann will join us. >> but first, here's governor palin on her one nation bus tour. governor, we are on the bus. whose idea was this bus? >> todd had this idea. he was reading on the plane some months ago an argue. in the article it was talking about our economy and how to get it back on the right track. and how much of the solution has to do with the foundation of america. todd texted me when landed and said, we need to remind america about our , our constitution, declaration of independence and how america was built on this idea of individual power within us and collectively how we all work together to create this great union. we need to remind america how important it is to protect all that is good about america. go around the country and start talking about. >> greta: you have obviously driven the media nuts. everybody is talking about it. trying to find out where you are going, what you
or twitter @ anderson cooper. >>> up next, sarah palin takes her bus tour to new hampshire on the same day mitt romney is there to announce he's running for president. she says it's entirely koins dental. do you believe here? keeping them honest. >>> and another relative of a 13-year-old boy found dead, little hamza, reportedly tortured by the regime. a family member speaking out. remember how hamza al khateeb's father and uncle spoke on state tv yesterday, praising the country's dictator. well, a relative speaking out now has a twist on that story. all of that ahead and more. >>> also, isha sesay has more stories tonight. what are you following? >> major drama in the casey anthony trial today. jurors hear about the incredibly intricate lies anthony told police and also listen to visits she had with her family while in jail. [ bell rings ] distracted driving. it accounts for 25% of car crashes. - ♪ [ dance ] - music, cell phones, food-- the list goes on. this is why safe driving is so important. - correct. - and it's why the best agents... help safe drivers get a lower rate. - oh! - exac
center stage so to speak. >> certainly center stage in new hampshire. politico very political reporter john thon martin joins us. how do you describe the republican field right now? we're hearing from john hntsman and clearly from mitt romney real criticism of these engagements overseas. >> it's rackable on domestic and foreign policy to see the republican party shift away from where it was under president bush. domestically the notion of compassionate conservatism has been discarded for more of a leave us alone brand of republicanism. and certainly when it comes to foreign policy the idea of the freedom agenda of this neoconservatism you really see this being displaced by a more realist type outlook. looks like president bush's father than it does his administration. after ten years in afghanistan when you hear folks like mitt romney, jon huntsman, haley barbour, these are not liberals. these are not people out of the gop mainstream. they're establishment republicans. when they're really expressing a spectacle view towards the future in afghanistan, i think it reflects a party that is
>>> welcome to manchester, new hampshire, and the first republican presidential debate. behind me on the stage on the republican candidates for president appearing together for the first timt tonight. tonight's debate is different than any presidential debate you've seen. over the course of the next two hours, in addition to questions from myself and journalists from wmur and the new hampshire union leaders, the candidates take questions directly from voters right here in manchester as well as from voters as town meelgts tonight across new hampshire. let's meet the candidates. we've asked for no opening statements, but we will continue a tradition from our past new hampshire debates to ask each candidate in one short sentence hopefully five or six seconds to introduce themselves to the voters of new hampshire and the united states of america. let me begin with an example. i'm john king with cnn. i'm honored to be your moderator tonight, and i'm thrilled to be back in red sox nation. let's start at the edge of the stage. rick santorum. >> i served 12 years represents nentz united s
to al qaeda, and we'll tell you about a leader who was killed. >>> and we're live in new hampshire where everybody is getting ready for monday night's gop debate. looking back. >>> we're going to give you a sneak peek inside as well. coldwell banker. we never stop moving. [ technician ] are you busy? management just sent over these new technical manuals. they need you to translate them into portuguese. by tomorrow. [ male announcer ] ducati knows it's better for xerox to manage their global publications. so they can focus on building amazing bikes. with xerox, you're ready for real business. a we don't go lower than 130. ts a room tonight for 65 dollars. big deal, persuade him. is it wise to allow a perishable item to spoil? he asked, why leave a room empty? the additional revenue easily covers operating costs. 65 dollars is better than no dollars. okay. $65 for tonight. you can't argue with a big deal. >>> we're back, everyone. coming to you live from new hampshire where cnn is getting ready for monday night's gop presidential debate. more on that later, but first, more stories making n
romney repeatedly accused of thinking like a european. we're joined now by long time new hampshire conservative activist lafontaine and romney media adviser russ reefer. i'm going to start with you. you are one of his top campaign strategists. i was interested in the tone of his message. let's listen and we can talk about it. >> when barack obama came to office we wished him well and hoped for the best. now in the third year of his four-year term we have more than slogans and promises to judge him by. barack obama has failed america. >> he went on to rip the president's foreign and domestic policies, fairly negative. can you explain why your candidate is launching his campaign with an attack on the president rather than focusing on a positive vision of what he would do for the country? >> well, i think that the positive vision is, governor romney's positive vision is bringing jobs back to america. and this is a president who promised that unemployment wasn't going to go below 8% -- go above 8%. it clearly is above 8%. it's a president who has failed in most of his foreign policy en
support for a government mandate. gwen: as it happened she was on her way to new hampshire when she said this on the same day that romney was making his well-publicized in advance formal announcement. >> she was going to a clambake and i think she rubbed salt to four -- pour in the wounds. of course there was offense intended. but if she was arriving in new hampshire one day early -- but i think at the end of the day governor romney got a lot of attention for the message he was giving. he finally announced he was run for president. of course, this is his second bid for the republican nomination and he's been kind of in a shell for at least the six months or so, only holding one campaign event every month. he's taken a different approach in his second time around. four years ago he was everywhere at this point. all over iowa. he had been on tv twizz -- advertising on television commercials for some four months at this point. he started february of 2007, which i had forgotten. so i think he is trying to introduce himself and trying to capitalize on the effect that the economy is the centra
you, pat. >> my answer to that is, no. if romney wins new hampshire, john and goes to michigan and nevada and does well, he'll have a fighting shot i think at wick the nomination. the concentration of opposition to mormons is among evangelical and fundamental christians who are heavily concentrated in the south and the bible belt. if it is an impediment and was an impediment for years to romney in terms of winning the republican nomination. but if he gets that nomination, and then you've got a race between mitt romney a mormon and barack obama who is an african-american of the left, the fundamentalists i think in the south will go strongly for romney. >> the g.o.p. gray beards want romney to lead the ticket, correct? >> well, the republican establishment would like someone like romney to lead it, and i think huntsman -- i don't think he has a shot right now. >> why? >> because i think he's eclipsed and a little too further left than romney is. but there is a wide open spot inside the republican nomination, for a populous, conservative tea party candidate with real fire and ener
in manhattan. she was in new hampshire, too. >> i don't think mitt romney is offended at all. >> is palin running? she won't say, and if she won't say, nina, why bother covering her? >> well, because people are interested in her. but i don't think it is a particularly good for the republican party to have her sucking the oxygen out this way. people don't think she is running. obviously, they don't think that at fox, because they've not taken her off the air. >> how does the pawlenty or romney combat this? >> i blame the press for this. she has said nothing during her tour of the east coast but we are following her. we should not do that until she has something to say. we should pay attention to other candidates who are trying to say something. she is not a candidate. why give her the attention? >> that is the ideal world, though. that is not the way it news functions, we all know that. >> she shows up at rolling thunder on i bike -- >> at least she is wearing a helmet. >> it is hard to turn the camera away. in the end, i think it is clear she is not running, which i think is smart for her
as well as voters at town meetings taking place across new hampshire. let's get to it and meet the candidates. we asked for no opening statements but we'll continue a tradition from our past new hampshire debates to ask each candidate in one short sentence, hopefully, five or six or seven seconds, to introduce themselves to the voters of new hampshire and the united states of america. i'm john king with cnn and honored to be your moderator and thrilled to be back in red sox nation. let's start at the end of the stage with senator rick santorum. >> hello, new hampshire. i'm rick santorum. ied 12 years representing pennsylvania and the united states senate but i also have substantial executive experience making the tough decisions of balancing budgets and cutting spending. karen and i the parents of seven children. >> congresswoman? >> hi, i'm michele bachmann. i'm a former federal tax litigation attorney. i'm a businesswoman. we started our own successful company. i'm also a member of the united states congress. i'm a wife of 33 years. i've had five children and we are the proud
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